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Open Living at its Refined Best: Minimal Upper East Side Condo

New York City offers ample decorating and design inspiration for everyone, and style is barely a constraint as you borrow from the different, multi-cultural neighborhoods of the iconic city. Be it the industrial brilliance of Williamsburg or the artistic impulses of SoHo, there is something for everyone in here. We have already showcased some of the most beautiful kitchens and bedrooms from the city and yet, there is still something new to marvel at every day. Today, we delve into the sophisticated neighborhood of Upper East Side in Manhattan as we take a look at a beautiful condo where minimalism, space-conscious design and bright pops of color come together organically.

Fabulous and luxurious sofa in blue offers ample sitting space for everyone in the room

Crafted by Isabella Patrick Interior Design, the interior of the New York City apartment feels both contemporary and relaxing at the same time. The living area itself is defined by a large blue sectional that can easily seat 6 to 8 people at any given time. The sectional also seems to delineate the living area from the dining space that is right behind it. The dining is simple and minimal with a square wooden table, wooden chairs and a mirrored installation in the backdrop that is more like a beautiful work of art. In the corner is a freestanding unit in wood with a small desk and shelves that also serve as a wonderful display.

Use smart accent pillows along with a brightly colored couch for a more colorful contemporary living space
Awesome book and DVD collection finds perfect space in the large living room bookshelf
Bookshelf and TV space in the living room of the NYC home become the focal point
Decorating the dark coffee table in the stylish contemporary living room

The kitchen also taps into the beauty of having a splash of color with a bit of blue here and some orange there. A white subway tiled backsplash gives it a more cheerful appeal even as bedrooms and bathrooms are neatly hidden away from this open living area.

Large blue sectional separates the living area from the kitchen and dining space in open plan living
Desk and wooden shelf rolled into one piece and placed in the dining room corner saves ample space
Dining area with lovely, innovative mirror in the backdrop that becomes a work of art
Modern kitchen of Upper East Side Condo with subway-tiled backsplash
Modern minimal kitchen of NYC home coupled with lovely pops of color
Small dining area of the Upper East Side Condo with wooden shelf in the corner

Sherry Nothingam

Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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